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Sharing Our Perspective While Maintaining Ethical Standards NutriScape writers offer OUR perspective: Most of the general media articles linked to from this staging site are written to Read more
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The NutriScape Sites NutriScape.NET welcomes the opportunity to publish articles written by RDN contributors. Our network is divided into subdomains that serve different user groups: Read more
New evidence testosterone therapy is effective obesity treatment in men
New data presented at the recent European and International Congress on Obesity suggests testosterone therapy may be a helpful treatment for some men suffering from obesity. The research Read more
Roundup in Food
 In response to changing GBH use patterns and advances in scientific understanding of their potential hazards, we have produced a Statement of Concern drawing on emerging science relevant Read more
How Long to Keep Medical and EOB Records
  Years ago, as a 15 year-old high school student, I went to work at a doctor’s office in my hometown. Source: Harboring old medical records? Find out when it’s okay to trash Read more
A Wealth of Dairy Free Article Ideas
Go Dairy Free is the top dairy-free online magazine for non-dairy recipes, news, reviews and more for the dairy-free diet. Over 3.5 million visitors per year! Source: Go Dairy Free: The #1 Read more
Small Weight Loss Produces Impressive Drop in Type 2 Diabetes Risk
‘Treat obesity first,’ say authors of a study showing a loss of just 13% of body weight is associated with a significantly reduced risk of type 2 diabetes, sleep apnea, Read more
Diet Explainer Articles Needed
The main NutriScape.NET site will have a category for discussing the pros and cons of each of these diets.  Yes, we preach against “diets”, but we need to offer a Read more
Adrenal Fatigue | Food & Nutrition Magazine | Volume 9, Issue 1
Understand this controversial concept and why some experts say we shouldn’t slam it. Source: Adrenal Fatigue | Food & Nutrition Magazine | Volume 9, Issue Read more
CBD Article from Food & Nutrition Magazine
Need a link introduction to this article The declassification of industrial hemp as a Schedule I drug hasn’t lessened legal complications but has created a surge in cannabidiol products Read more
App Review- Clinical Dietitian Apps
Need an article to summarize and link to the best apps for clinical dietitians. Registered Dietitian Calculator is an enteral and parenteral nutrition solution calculator designed for Read more
What Does the Research Say About Caffeine and Migraine
Caffeine is sometimes a helpful treatment for migraine, but is more often a risk factor. Learn the connection between the two and how it affects you. Source: Caffeine and Migraine | Read more
Learning Your Migraine Triggers
Studying your diet and making a few changes could help reduce migraine attacks. Learn about diet and migraine, and establishing healthy habits. Source: Diet and Migraine | American Migraine Read more
The Meal Train Approach–Support Friends During Illness by Giving Meals
Organize meal giving around births, surgeries, illnesses, and group events. Simplify giving and receiving with a free meal sign up. Source: Free Meal Calendar for New Parents, Surgery, Read more
What Dietitians Need To Know About Regulations on Making Endorsements
    The official website of the Federal Trade Commission, protecting America’s consumers for over 100 years. Source: The FTC’s Endorsement Guides: What People Are Read more
The FTC’s Endorsement Guides: What People Are Asking
The official website of the Federal Trade Commission, protecting America’s consumers for over 100 years. Source: The FTC’s Endorsement Guides: What People Are Read more
Michael Greger, MD NutritionFacts.org
The latest in nutrition related research delivered in easy to understand video segments brought to you by Michael Greger M.D. FACLM Source: Read more
How Much Weight Loss Can You Achieve In Three Months?
How much weight you can safely lose in three months depends on a variety of factors including diet, physical exercise, sleep, and hormones, among other things. Source: How Much Weight Loss Read more
Vitamin D deficiency raises COVID-19 infection risk by 77%, study finds
  Vitamin D deficiency increases a person’s risk for catching COVID-19 by 77% compared to those with sufficient levels of the nutrient, a study published Thursday by JAMA Network Read more
Plant Based Meat Alternatives
Plant based meat is seeing significant growth around the world as more and more people are looking to limit their meat consumption. In fact, there has been Read more
Plant Based Meats
Plant based meat is seeing significant growth around the world as more and more people are looking to limit their meat consumption. Read more
Glean, Connect, & Share – Association of Gleaning Organizations
AGO works to build the capacity of gleaning entities across the nation to provide healthy food access to vulnerable populations while reducing food waste. Source: Glean, Connect, & Read more
Glean, Connect, & Share – Association of Gleaning Organizations
AGO works to build the capacity of gleaning entities across the nation to provide healthy food access to vulnerable populations while reducing food waste. Source: Glean, Connect, & Read more
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Please Stop Debating Whether You Should Eat Before or After a Workout
The answer really comes down to common sense. Source: Please Stop Debating Whether You Should Eat Before or After a Read more
I Switched to Alkaline Water and This Is What Happened
Should you be drinking it too? August 22, 2019 Drink at least 8 cups daily, more if you work out. Have water 30 minutes before you eat to promote weight loss. Skip room temperature water Read more
‘Healthy’ Foods That Are Actually Ruining Your Diet
A nutritionist shares the health food impostors to avoid in order to keep your diet on track. Photo by Gerenme Health Food Impostors Your intentions are healthy, but your choices may not Read more
How Long Is Canned Food Good for After the Expiration Date?
When to toss and when to keep! When was the last time you cleaned out your cupboard of canned goodies? I recently went into a friend’s pantry and found some cans dating back to 1988! Read more
Is Green Chef Keto?
Green Chef is the only major meal kit service to offer a complete Keto meal plan Source: Is Green Chef Read more
The One Thing No One Tells You About Cooking In an Instant Pot
I had to drop this habit to make Instant Pot cooking work for me. August 15, 2019 BUY IT: Instant Pot DUO60 6 Qt 7-in-1 Multi-Use Programmable Pressure Cooker; Amazon, $99.95 The Instant Read more
Polyunsaturated fatty acids confer no benefit for diabetes protection
Risk for developing type 2 diabetes is not modified by consuming more omega-3, omega-6 and/or total polyunsaturated fatty acids, according to findings published in BMJ. “The World Read more
Malnutrition Case Stirs Debate About Vegan Diets for Babies
A judge in Australia said a couple had left their baby “severely malnourished” on a strict vegan diet. Experts said that, with proper guidance, children can be on a totally plant-based Read more
How to handle back-to-school dietary restrictions
Dietitian shares tips on how to handle food allergies and intolerances, plus a delicious muffin recipe Source: How to handle back-to-school dietary Read more
Why You Probably Shouldn’t Try the OMAD Diet | Livestrong.com
Can eating one meal a day help you lose weight and is it safe? We took a closer look at the OMAD Diet, its risks and how to fast safely. Source: Why You Probably Shouldn’t Try the OMAD Read more
Why You Need to Talk to Your Doctor Before You Start Taking Supplements
Thinking of starting a new supplement routine? Talk with your doctor first before popping a pill. Source: Why You Need to Talk to Your Doctor Before You Start Taking Read more
Treating diabetes distress yields ‘dramatic’ improvements
Adults with type 1 diabetes who took part in programs designed for improving emotional reactions and education related to the disease reported less diabetes distress than those who did not Read more
Apolipoprotein levels, insulin resistance influence obstructive sleep apnea
In a cohort of adults assessed for sleep issues, those in the highest quartile of apolipoprotein B to apolipoprotein A-I ratio were at the greatest risk for obstructive sleep apnea and Read more
Replace diet discussions with focus on mindful eating
Endocrine Today | In this issue, Susan Weiner, MS, RDN, CDE, CDN, FAADE, talks with Michelle May, MD, and Megrette Fletcher, MEd, RD, CDE, about mindful eating for diabetes self-management. Read more
Intermittent Fasting and Inflammation
Researchers say fasting can help reduce a certain type of cell associated with inflammation. Source: Intermittent Fasting and Read more